"A murder behind her and the wilderness before her, friendless witch Gwenevere flees to survive. Yet Mother Nature is not kind and even Gwen’s magical gifts can’t save her from a deadly winter storm. Narrowly escaping death, she is rescued by an unlikely hero and taken into the shelter of a mythical realm. Has Gwen at long last found her own kind? Will she finally solve the mystery to her own identity, or her mother’s murder? Or is innocence blinding her to the true reality of this dark sanctuary?"
This is the followup book (second) to the first RJ Craddock Children Of Cain Series, and you might remember the review I did on the first one. This one was just as good and not disappointing.
Can't compare the two because they are both great. I love the style of writing, and it's easy to read. The reader can follow the story line well, and it kept reminding me that it wasn't predictable. This is just as good as the first book, and I love it.
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